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it was you didn't build that comment, the guns and religion comment, criticizing the cambridge police, he's done this a number of times. doesn't that have the same effect or resonance on his character? >> s.e., what i would say from a political angle and from where the media says this is a story, romney's remark wasn't just in temperate. it reflected a very hard, right political philosophy and a philosophy hostile in the fundamental way to the social safety net in this country. to the concept. >> steve, the president's comments reflected a far left position as well when it comes to you didn't build that or people cling to guns and religion. that's a political comment and statement as well. >> we're not litigating the comments here. we're talking about the fact it's remarkable when he first came out to address it, he basically backed up the comments and reiterated the essence of what he was saying. tried to clean it up a bit, but reiterated the essence. now he says he has it completely wrong. i don't want to let this block end. >> that's beautiful. one, just to address what you say, s.e. a
is not always pro-science. >> in a lot of ways, science like religion, has been co-oped by politics and is used to strans an agenda by both sides. how can we retain a faith in science when even science journalists can't be trusted anymore it seems? >> well, i think that sometimes -- you are right that sometimes science journalists can fall prey to hype and fall prey to political biases. the best way to avoid that is to have people more engaged in actual reading of like scientific journals or read more addition read the news arm of, for instance "nature." if people read more scientific journals and get the general gist of what a scientific article says, you can go right to the source and learn right from the source and read a wide variety of viewpoints in science. that's what we do at real clear science. we have as many viewpoints as possible. >> alex, i wouldn't make the claim that everyone on the left is pro-science and everyone on the right is anti-science. certainly you have written about this. people on the left have pushed the idea of a link between vaccines and autism, and i think that's
, and the soviet union tried to crush all of the culture, the language, the religion, singing, dancing, anything that was lit wanian, but they couldn't crush basketball. during the darkest times during that 50-year occupation, lit wanians looked up to the athletes. they didn't have lithuania on their chest. they looked to them for inspirgs and it was a source of pride. many sent to siberia set up basketball kouts there. it let them do something they felt was lit wanian and gave them a will to live out there. >> this is a real deep story and meant a lot to you obviously. is it that is right you're part lit wanian or ultimate underdog story or something else in this for you? >> i remember -- >> it's his favorite thing. >> i can remember all the family holiday. my fathers and uncles played basketball in the town park. in the early '90s they wore the lithuan lithuanii lithuaniian tie-dye t-shirts. this summer i'm watching the olympics and the u.s. dream team bowl over everybody. i have the tv on a saturday morning and watching the u.s. play l play lithuania. it's still close. i'm cheering for these
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